‘Carnacho’ disappointed by substitution – warning

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Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag says he understands Alejandro Carnacho‘s frustrations with being substituted and cites it as a good thing. But he urged him to provide assists or score goals for his place in the team.

Last weekend Carnacho looked distraught on the bench after coming on as a substitute in the 59th minute. But was only on the pitch for 28 minutes before being substituted for Casemiro’s red card.

Leeds United in midweek and didn’t seem happy to be substituted again in the 59th minute. After missing a good goal chance. Manchester United came back to draw

2-2, but Carnacho posted a message on Social Media with footage of him pounding the floor angrily saying, “When you don’t understand what’s going on, remember that God is in control. I believe in the plan you laid for me.”

Ten Hag was sympathetic to the player but warned Carnacho he had a chance to score and stay on the pitch, before Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho helped the team return. mback come back

“I don’t think he doesn’t understand the decision. He’s quite temperamental, that’s a strength he brings to his football,” said Ten Hag.

“He wants to win, he wants to play football, he doesn’t want to miss a minute and I think that’s a good thing. He fully believes in himself, that’s a good thing ′

′ He wants to help the team until the end. But he always accepts decisions and the team is on top of everything else, I think he knows that. When he was substituted, that emotion, his anger wasn’t because he didn’t agree, it wasn’t that he didn’t accept.

“I think he did well. He has an impact on our game and I think he is a threat. he has good rhythm [against Leeds] Played lively, created chances, but had to score goals. In the end, that’s about it. You make an impact. “

As a striker, you must at least be on the list as a goalscorer or an assist and of course, we expect him to do other things as well. But the basics are important. If you can’t do other things then you have to do those things which is your baseline

. Have a good impact on the game by scoring goals and making assists ′′ ′

′ I think every player has to have courage, try to see if it’s beneficial for the team. That’s what he’s doing pretty well because he’s wading through the opponents and getting past them. He creates chances and he should score goals.